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Results: January 1996 to July 2014 > No. 3, Dec. 2009

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December 18, 2009

Shipwrecks Offer Clues to Ancient Cultures

Modern deep-sea vehicles expand vistas to see into the past

December 11, 2009

Dye Sheds Light on Jet-Propelled Salps

A graduate student reveals locomotion in the ocean

November 20, 2009

The Promise and Perils of Seafloor Mining

Can minerals be extracted from the seafloor without environmental impacts?

November 13, 2009

A Summer of Science on the Sea

WHOI Summer Student Fellowships offer a taste of research life

November 4, 2009

Having Their Phosphorus and Eating It Too

Plankton's unusual ability may give it an ecological edge

October 28, 2009

Exploring an Icy, Invisible Realm in Antarctica

Audio Slideshow: Researchers search for tiny marine life at the heart of a fertile ecosystem

October 16, 2009

Voyage to the Remote Phoenix Islands

Eight atolls in the Pacific represent the world's largest marine protected area

October 9, 2009

Floats Reveal Unknown Ocean Pathways

The North Atlantic's circulation is more complex than previously thought

October 2, 2009

The Hunt for Microbial 'Trojan Horses'

Should we beware of protists bearing pathogens?

July 1, 2009

Floating Without Imploding

A conversation with WHOI engineer Don Peters

June 15, 2009

Let There Be Light in the Dark Depths

A conversation with WHOI engineer Jonathan Howland

June 11, 2009

Armed and Dexterous

A conversation with WHOI engineer Matt Heintz

June 5, 2009

2,000 Batteries Under the Sea

A conversation with WHOI engineer Daniel Gomez-Ibanez

June 4, 2009

Nereus Soars to the Ocean's Deepest Trench

New hybrid deep-sea vehicle descends 6.8 miles in the Challenger Deep

June 4, 2009

Miles Under the Sea, Hanging on by Hair-Thin Fiber

A conversation with WHOI engineer Andy Bowen

May 14, 2009

While Oil Gently Seeps from the Seafloor

Oil naturally leaking into the ocean offers a 'laboratory' to study accidential spills

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